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Wow! 4 stars is a fail? What the hell kind of rating system is that? I'd understand 3 or 2 stars being bad, but 4 stars would be like 80% out of 100. I've only had 1 bad experience with an Uber driver, while the rest of my drivers were awesome.
Well, about the "doesn't talk at all" type of passenger... I'm actually one of them and the reason is not because i'm trying to be rude but it's because i can't really talk with strangers since i'm not used to small talks and that's why i always answer only when the driver is trying to make a conversation, if not then i'll just look at my phone. Not all people don't talk to the driver because they are rude....
I watched this to make sure I wasn’t unknowingly pissing off my drivers lol thankfully I’m in the clear. I always sit in the back, don’t need the temperature or music adjusted, don’t eat/drink in the car, and say thank you for getting me here safely. also, I sit in back behind the passenger seat so both the driver and I can see each other clearly. I’ve only given less than 5 stars a handful of times and it was because the driver did something completely reckless while driving that had me fearing for my life.
I honestly think that most Uber drivers are not professional. If someone wants to eat cake in the car they are paying for the ride so deal with it. If I am paying for a service I expect to get good service.
+JP yes it would be annoying however if someone has paid for a Uber it's like any other taxi the only difference is that the drivers own the cars. The customer should be able to use it like any other taxi service.
I’ve never rode in an Uber, Lyft or anything like that but if I did, I wouldn’t sit up front. Idk if it’s just because I’m a 19 year old girl and I generally feel uncomfortable sitting that close to strangers or what, but I wouldn’t. Especially with all the creepy Uber stories you see all over social media about girls around my age with creepy drivers.
Sean Macy it really doesn’t matter. You’re not about to come in someone’s car and and throw food and drinks around when the driver is the one who’s gonna have to clean it up later. It’s their car. Have some respect
when drive for lyft/uber you will truly understand that in there eyes 4.5 is a bad rating, also take into consideration that some drivers depend on this job for a living. sometimes ppl's bad feelings hurt others.
Maybe the job (ya the one you decided to do for whatever strange reason) isn't for you if you can't handle entry level than work something else until you can get to a higher level job instead bc ubering drunks and farty people is not up your alley? So stop complaining and switch jobs unless you like the farts.
Just drive the car and expect the riders not to care about u or your car bc we don't. U should expect it bc it's PART OF YOUR JOB. You're an uber driver and I'm sorry to say this but deal with your entry level job bc you chose to work for uber.
My biggest pet peeve is when people ask me for my phone charger. I always give it to them, but some give an attitude when I don’t have the right charger. Your paying me for a ride somewhere not to cater a phone charger to you lol
I’m a kinda awkward person when I’m a passenger but I’m generally polite. I feel awkward sitting in their front seat so I always sit in the back and I rarely initiate the small talk but I love it when it happens (I had a sweet old man who was my Uber driver and he talked about his wife of 30 years the entire time and he was so so nice), I don’t eat in their car since I don’t know them, so I’m generally polite I just sit in the back looking really awkward and uncomfortable because I don’t know if I should or shouldn’t talk or something XD
Is it just me or are some of these uber drivers acting as if they're offering free rides? I know its your car but you chose to put it out for business, you cant get annoyed at people eating when every other taxi doesn't have an issue with it. And a customer who chooses not to talk is your pet peeve? Sheesh, have you not heard of shy people.
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